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    What Your Coral Needs

    This updated and simplified, easy to read ‘at a glance’ chart lists basic coral needs such as light, water flow, and food as well as aggressiveness and how easy or difficult they are to keep for commonly found corals in reef and marine aquariums. It can help both new and experienced reefkeepers and aquarists make better choices when selecting corals; help better meet the needs of your tank inhabitants, and make you more successful.

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  • Reefkeeping Magazines

    Reefkeeping Publications

    Magazines can keep you up to date on the latest trends in reef keeping and marine aquarium. From livestock to equipment, to the latest advances magazines, either print or online, […]

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  • Search for the LFS (Local Fish Store) near you

    Find Local Fish Stores

    The Local Fish Store (LFS) is a resource not all of us have easy access to, and even when you do, visiting other stores is fun and can lead to […]

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  • Reefkeeping Events List

    Find Swaps, Shows, & Events

    Whether you are looking to go to one of the big industry shows or you just want to find an area frag swap we can help! You will find all sizes and types of reef keeping, marine, aquarium, and related events – and if you put on a swap or show we are happy to add it!

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bleaching behavior captured in video

see coral bleaching as it happens

For the first time scientists have captured the behavior of a coral as it is undergoing a bleaching event.  Using a combination of microscope, digital camera and smart tablet to record detailed time-lapse videos of a Heliofungia coral’s physical reaction to heat stress they discovered evidence that it employs pulsed inflation. While scientists have known coral bleaching happens when the relationship between the […]

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see sea life in glass

Oaten pipes hydroid (Tubularia indivisa) i

Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka created more than 10,000 sea creatures out of glass. These intricate sculptures crafted by the father-son team in their Dresden, Germany studio were then shipped worldwide to museums and universities as teaching models. Before the era of underwater photography, scuba diving excursions, and marine surveys these models showed the wonders of the sea to the world. The Corning […]

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get a good laugh from this googly-eyed sea creature

google-eye cephalopod

Researchers aboard the research ship Nautilus combing the sea floor off the California coast last week came across a two prominent eyes in a bright purple body staring back at them some 3,000 feet below the surface. This cephalopod with “googly eyes,” as one of the observers put it soon had everyone on the ship laughing uncontrollably. The stubby squid (Rossia pacifica) looks like […]

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